Donate to QLD Hospitals now to help kids have a brighter future.
Queensland Children’s Hospital is the leading provider of care for sick children in the state. With a high volume of patients admitted each day, there is a strong demand for more equipment and funding. Hospitals in Queensland are a vital healthcare service for delivering intense care and treatments to those who need it regularly and urgently. Queensland Children’s Hospital provides highly specialised care for children, and needs our support to continue to save the lives of others. The hospital is also the go-to centre for general paediatric care for those in the city and surrounding areas which fall into the catchment.
Queensland hospitals need your donations to protect the future of our children. Some of the other hospitals around the state which provide care to children include: The Prince Charles Hospital, Redcliffe Hospital, Redland Hospital, Ipswich Hospital, North West Private, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Women’s and Mater Private. Your donation can help ease the strain on these Queensland hospitals and save the lives of our future generations. By aiding them in getting the equipment they need.
About Our Hospitals
Children’s Health Queensland works with 15 hospitals across Queensland to provide the best care and services to children in need, as close to their homes as possible. The Queensland Children’s Hospital deals with emergency cases as well as state-wide paediatric speciality services. These treatment services include: cerebral palsy, gastroenterology, oncology, rehabilitation, Indigenous ear health, haemophilia and cystic fibrosis. Over the years, Queensland Children’s Hospital, like many others, have adopted the use of outreach clinics and telehealth services to provide children and young people living in remote areas with access to the quality healthcare they need.
Queensland Hospital Donations
Money donated to Help 4 Kids will go towards a Queensland hospital donation and aid in supporting children in need. These funds could go towards specialist equipment needed on site or at home, improvements in telehealth services or towards research. Every year our hospitals treat thousands of sick and injured children, and the rise in chronic conditions such as food allergies have led to an increase in admissions. Our donations can go towards research and education so these illnesses can be better managed with aids at home. Around 100 children aged under 15 will die from cancer every year – our mission is to help reduce these figures by providing funds for essential equipment and treatments to give our kids the best chance of survival. Support your community today and head to our DONATE NOW page.